I recently installed a set of Sumo Brake pads to my 2009 Polaris Ranger 700 Crew Cab. Three of the four sets of pads went on fine. However, my right rear pads were very difficult to position around my disk. I had my piston(s) fully retracted and had to tap the pad casing with a rubber mallet to position them around the disk so I could install the two supporting bolts. I was hoping once in place they would seat fine but this did not happen. The wheel would not turn as the new pads were binding on the disk. I pumped the brakes multiple times and drove it in forward and in reverse hoping the wheel would free up. This did not happen. The disk got very hot and I noticed the pads/brakes smelled like they were over heating. Has anybody had this problem or can offer any suggestions? What is odd is three of the four sets of pads installed just fine.